Readers' Opinions

From Tim Chatlos on August 28, 2014 at 11:46 AM
We're going to do the Pre-Scare Dinner the night on the night we go to Knott's Scary Farm. How would this impact our touring plan? I get the impression that the early entry allows us access to the mazes closer to GhostRider.
From Jacob Sundstrom on August 28, 2014 at 1:20 PM
@Tim: You are correct! Just loop around towards Ghostrider and follow the perimiter of the park all the way around. You shouldn't find many lines until you start getting back towards the front of the park again.

Have a great time!

From Tim Chatlos on August 28, 2014 at 5:46 PM
Good to hear! This will be our first visit to Knott's Scary Farm so we wanted to make the most of it (without the added expense of Fright Lane, although I admit that the Skeleton Rooms sound nifty). Our home parks are Cedar Point and King Island so I am interested to see the event that has had such an influence on all of the Cedar Fair Halloween happenings.

We'll also be doing Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood. Your recent post about HHN will definitely come in handy there as well. Thank you!

From 38.104.233.50 on August 28, 2014 at 5:49 PM
I think you're referring to Trick or Treat and not the Witch's Keep. The Witch's Keep is the overlay of the Calico Mine Ride that doesn't contain any scare monsters. Another new maze called The Tooth Fairy will probably be quite popular as well. It replaces Delirium and is connected to the same line as Dominion of the Damned. First you experience Dominion of the Damned and then you go right into The Tooth Fairy.
From Jacob Sundstrom on August 29, 2014 at 12:45 PM
@Tim: I hope you enjoy yourself! The Skeleton Rooms are a nice bonus, but don't feel like you're missing out on too much.

@Anonymous Human: You are right, my mistake. I got the names mixed up.